DEI Workshop Request Form

Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in the workshops, peer education, and consultation services offered by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion- Campus Life.

Please complete the questions below and submit your request. Responses to requests will be addressed within three business days. If you have questions about this form or the programs offered, please email [email protected] or call 609-258-2271

​​​​All workshops/training/requests must be input no later than three weeks before the desired date(s). We respond to all requests within three business days. Priority will be given to Princeton undergraduate and graduate students and learning opportunities that center on the student experience. ​​

Workshops outside of regular office hours (Monday - Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm) requested by Faculty, Staff, and Post Doc may be accommodated depending on staff availability but are not guaranteed. Training/workshops requested to be held on a weekend require that a minimum of 10 participants can attend the workshop.

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) General Sessions 
(open to all students, faculty, and staff)

Below is a list of DEI Training/Workshops and additional learning opportunities offered throughout campus. Please check out the Events page on our site for more information.

Fall 2022

Friday, 11/18/22, 2:30 pm Feminist Friday: TERF Rhetoric

Tue, 11/29/22, 6:00pm Queering Body Size: GSRC Open Training

Friday, 12/2/22, 2:30 pm Feminist Friday: Body Image and Body Neutrality

Spring 2023

Coming soon!

Upcoming Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Courses for Faculty and Staff

Please visit the Employee Learning Center to sign up for upcoming DEI courses. Several offerings are open to all staff: Leveraging Race, Equity, and Diversity in Higher Education Part 1&2, Culture of Inclusion, Bias, Power, Privilege & Workplace Communication, Mitigating Bias in the Hiring Process, and Tanenbaum: The December Dilemma.

Check out the Ally Project, an annual workshop series, to learn how to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and colleagues. This series covers various topics, including language, support services, and resources.